As much as I love OSU I don't have any buckeyes in my top 5. They're too young and inexperienced on a grand stage, they have the potential to be in the top but the list isn't based on potential.
Eh we have missed a step in the run game because you can't replace a Hyde. He was responsible for so much of our success that he didnt get stats for but I'll say that zeke has made the hit much easier on the team considering his class, only going to get better. Also having a threat of a legit passing game is working well for our backs as well.
Because Henry has worn them down. I think he has more ypc than yeldon
I where what I want
Top it? All she has to do it match it when we are top seed in the playoffs
If you don't see the connotation of comparing Winston to a monkey then I must ask when you last took American history classes?
ill lay it out for you since you don't appear to be sensitive to the subject. It was and probably still is a popular racial epithet for people of African descent. A reason why I said it might behoove the author to choose a different metaphor. Never once did I accuse him of racism, apparently trying to educate is frowned upon by a few of you.
Reread what I wrote.
To paraphrase Harbaugh, yeah they will... or they wont.
I understand you might not have meant any racist sounding imagery but I would suggest using a different metaphor as it does at least seem racially insensitive.
I also miss being able to import graduating classes into Madden and extending Buckeye careers :(
craigslist is your friend for used games btw.
Arkansas State was always my go-to to start my coaching climb. Nothing like getting invited to join the SEC and just manhandle the competition.
In my experience there's always been at least one passing play that is indefensible, usually involving crossing routes and/or a post and a go.
06 might be the one that let you blitz a corner off the edge and get a sack nearly every time. If so it was my favorite as there were many buckeyes that broke single season/career sacks sometimes in just their freshman years. And yes the option with any decently quixk qb was also unstoppable.
i can't believe i missed this thread
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exactly how i picture napoleon
Well let's look at this week in football outside of the bowl in question. NFL suspends a guy for stomping on the leg of an opposing player, every running back in the history of the position has used a helmet to smash heads, I'm sure there was at least one hand the face penalty, stiff arm to a face mask or facemask penalty this weekend as well. So that's my point most of those things exist within the game in one facet or another already my point was it would have to be very careful what anyone would consider a crime as to open a lot of avenues for all sorts of litigation.
I agree with you though that the attacks in the bowl should be crimes. I just also see how it's hard to go after them criminally.
at what point then does it stop being a crime? just saying because the entire point of football is just your basic assault unless we throw flags on them and don't let them run into people.
He's like best friends with calipari. I wouldn't be surprised if they have a deal set for all his kids already to be coached by him. Would be a mistake because I haven't seen calipari develop players but he's so hansel right now.
I disagree haha I think there's more qb questions next year than this year
And Michigan took heat for the sugar Shane concussion saga, they ain't even testing for head injuries in Wisconsin
thats not as fun a reason
maybe his mom hit on kingsbury
Maybe kingsbury hit on his girlfriend
Someone said when we beat Alabama we would take over the 1 seed and thus play as home in the championship
well by your own claims then since Curtis Samuel hasnt been timed at the NFL combine he doesn't run a 4.4 either.